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Truco & Zaperoko: Fusi

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Truco & Zaperoko

Label: Rykodisc
Released: 2002
Views: 356

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Back up Vocals-Jose Luis ?Cheg?? Ramos Back up Vocals and Lead on ?El cuarto de Tula,? and ?Porque ador? Bass-Paquito Corselles and Guillermo And?jar in ?La noticia del d?a,? ?A ti na? m?,? and ?Margarita? Bongos and Cuban G?iro-Edgar Reyes Co-Leader and Plenera Punteador-H?ctor ?Truco? Valent?n Co-Leader, G?iro, Claves and Percussion-Mickey Maysonet Co-Leader, Trombone, Musical Direction and Back up Vocals- Edwin ?Zaperoko? Feliciano Congas-H?ctor ?La Mata? Mel?ndez Flugelhorn and Trumpet-Jochy Rodr?guez Flute, Soprano and Alto Saxophones-Nicol?s Santiago Lead Vocal in ?Vamonos pa?l carnaval,? ?Te gusta el dulce,? and ?A ti na? m?-Herman C?rdenas Lead Vocal in ?Conchita,? ?La noticia del d?a,? and ?Margarita?-Ray Gabriel Lead Vocal in ?Brilla el sol?-Luis ?Chalky? Gonz?lez Maracas, Claves and Percussion- Sammy V?lez Piano-Jos? M. Lugo Piano in ?La noticia del d?a? and ?Margarita?-Manolo Navarro Plenera Requinto, Cowbells and Conga in ?Te gusta el dulce?-Ray Maysonet Plenera Punteador and Seguidor-Henry Valent?n Plenera Requinto and Punteador-Joe Maysonet Timbales-Tito De Gracia Tres-Artemio ?Tito? Garc?a Trombones-Julio Marrero and Antonio ?To?ito? V?zquez


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